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From David Blevins <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] 2.0-M2 Milestone ready for review and JACC Specs
Date Sun, 28 Jan 2007 20:35:26 GMT

On Jan 27, 2007, at 7:39 PM, Kevan Miller wrote:

> On Jan 27, 2007, at 1:01 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:
>> All,
>> I have made the binaries from Geronimo 2.0-M2 available for review  
>> at:
>> In this directory you will find the various assemblies for your  
>> review as well as one massive tar ball that has the various  
>> artifacts that will ultimately be distributed.
>> The files are being uploaded as this is being written so give them  
>> some time.
>> Also included in this vote are the artifacts for the JACC spec 1.0- 
>> M2 which is required for 2.0-M2.
>> Remember...this is a milestone and not a full release.
>> Thanks for David Blevins for being quite the helper tonight in  
>> getting the Release Notes in line and helping out with Open EJB.
> As Prasad has noted in a separate thread, EJB@ injection for Jetty  
> is not working. Matt can confirm, but I believe that he  
> intentionally did not merge the latest changes from trunk into the  
> M2 branch. A release manager needs to draw the line somewhere, and  
> this allowed him to get the RC candidate built. I was (and still  
> am) fine with delivering M2 with this limitation. We've got a lot  
> of great function, here. I'm looking forward to getting on to  
> making more great progress like this.
> I suggest we update the release notes to reflect this EJB@  
> limitation. Something like:
> - EJB 3.0 (via OpenEJB project)
>   Supported:
>      ...
>      - @EJB injection of ejb-refs and ejb-local-refs (Tomcat)
>      ...
>   Limitations:
>      - No support for MDBs.
>      - @EJB injection of ejb-refs and ejb-local-refs (Jetty)
> I've tested both jee5 assemblies. The source and binary look good.  
> With an update to the release notes, I'm +1.

+1 to the release.

And for the release notes we should make a new section for Servlets  
2.5 and mention the @EJB Jetty limitation there.


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